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It's been almost 5 years since Brian, Peter, and I started to meet and we are now 16 strong. I am thrilled to acknowledge that everything that we had hoped for has now come to pass.
Mick Oreskovich, M.D., Seattle, WA

When Brian, Peter, and I started meeting to conceptualize what an ideal group psychiatric practice would look like, several things became very important to us.  First and foremost, we realized that to look forward to going to work each day was a most important thing. In addition, once we were at work we wanted to enjoy our staff and colleagues. We wanted to provide a new level of psychiatric care which was evidence-based and incorporated the latest research. Finally, we wanted to empower our patients to learn about their illness, their treatment, and their prognosis. It's been almost 5 years since Brian, Peter, and I started to meet and we are now 16 strong.  I am thrilled to acknowledge that everything that we had hoped for has now come to pass.


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